Stephen Mailer
American actor
Stephen Mailer
Stephen McLeod Mailer is an American stage and screen actor. His credits include appearances in films like A League of Their Own, Cry Baby, and Baby Mama, and the television shows Gilmore Girls and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Mailer was born in New York City, New York, the son of novelist Norman Mailer and stage actress Beverly Bentley. He was married to producer Lindsay Marx. He is currently married to Elizabeth Rainer.
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A vida de Becca e Howie parou quando eles perderam o filho num acidente há ... - Infonet
Google News - over 5 years
Com Nicole Kidman, Aaron Eckhart, Dianne Wiest, Milles Teller, Tammy Blanchard, Sandra Oh, Giancarlo Esposito, Stephen Mailer, Jon Tanney, Mike Doyle, Roberta Wallach, Patricia Kalemberg, Ali Marsh, Yetta Gottesman, Colin Mitchell
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''Al otro lado del corazón'' de Nicole Kidman se estrena el viernes - Informador.com.mx
Google News - over 5 years
... en cuanto al manejo de las relaciones humanas, siempre impredecibles. El elenco de "Al otro lado del corazón", se complementa con Miles Teller, Patricia Kalember, Mike Doyle, Sandra Oh, Dianne Wiest, Jon Tenney y Stephen Mailer, sólo por citar algunos
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Cine Gacemss exibe drama e promete emocionar plateia - A Voz da Cidade
Google News - over 5 years
... com Dianne Wiest (Nat), Tammy Blanchard (Izzy), Sandra Oh (Gaby), Giancarlo Esposito (Auggie), Jon Tenney (Rick), Stephen Mailer (Kevin), Mike Doyle (Craig), Roberta Wallach (Rhonda), Patricia Kalember (Peg), Ali Marsh (Donna) e Yetta Gottesman (Ana)
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At Tribute, Mailer Children Recall a Family Man
NYTimes - almost 9 years
There were plenty of celebrities, like Sean Penn and Joan Didion, at Norman Mailer's memorial at Carnegie Hall on Wednesday afternoon. But the highlights of the tribute by far were the intimate glimpses of the outsize novelist presented by his large and sprawling family. ''What's that like, having Norman Mailer as a father?'' his stepson, Matthew
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Arts, Briefly
NYTimes - over 12 years
Star Power Normally an actor in a rubber suit wouldn't merit a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. But when the rubber suit carries the likeness of that monster star Godzilla, that's a lizard of a different color. So when Nov. 29 rolls around, bringing with it the world premiere of the 28th (and supposedly final) adventure, ''Godzilla: Final
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FILM; Becoming an Auteur, With Help From Mom
NYTimes - about 18 years
MY cousin Matthew and I have a lifetime of hairbrained projects to our credit and we blame our mothers entirely. They were always too encouraging for our own good. As kids, whether we were tie-dying every article of clothing in our closets or putting on musicals starring all our pets (a tragic love story between a parakeet and ferret, not a dry eye
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THEATER REVIEW; Tovah Feldshuh Is the Star of an Odets Revival
NYTimes - almost 22 years
There is a moment toward the end of the Jewish Repertory Theater's revival of Clifford Odets's "Awake and Sing!" of the sort that devoted theatergoers are always waiting for, one in which performance and text come together in a startling click of revelation. In it, Bessie Berger, the Depression-era matriarch played by Tovah Feldshuh, angrily
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SUNDAY VIEW; 'Angels' Finds A Poignant Note of Hope
NYTimes - about 23 years
"PERESTROIKA," THE concluding installment of Tony Kushner's two-part epic, "Angels in America," does not go out in a blaze of glory. It goes out in a blaze of compassion, which may be better. Anyone who's been fearful of a letdown can set fear aside. The virtues that Mr. Kushner demonstrated in the initial installment ("Millennium Approaches") --
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Review/Theater; The Backstage View of TV's Golden Age
NYTimes - over 23 years
So it wasn't Paris in the 20's. But midtown Manhattan in the 50's produced its own cockamamie earthquake in American letters. Creating sketches for "Your Show of Shows" and then "Caesar's Hour," a band of young, mostly Jewish writers forged a comic style that dominated the new medium of television, as well as Broadway and the movies, for decades.
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THEATER; Neil Simon Opens A Door to the Past And Finds a Roomful Of Vying Jokesters
NYTimes - over 23 years
The resident genius: Sid Caesar. The TV classics: "Your Show of Shows" (1950-54) and "Caesar's Hour" (1954-57). The writers: Mel Brooks, Neil Simon, Larry Gelbart, Woody Allen, Lucille Kallen, Selma Diamond, Mel Tolkin and others. The question: What is it about these legendary entertainments that has made them a veritable Source Perrier for comic
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On Stage, and Off
NYTimes - over 23 years
The Indefatigable Abbott Bracing birthday news from George Abbott, the writer, director and producer who celebrates his 106th birthday today: "Damn Yankees," the musical he directed and co-wrote, will be coming to Broadway in March. Bebe Neuwirth will be Lola (as in whatever the lady wants, she gets), and Victor Garber will play the Devil (as in,
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EGOS & IDS; Hollywood, the Next Generation
NYTimes - over 23 years
Jace Alexander, Adam Arkin, Shari Belafonte, Beau Bridges, Jeff Bridges, Matthew Broderick, Geraldine Chaplin, Victoria Chaplin, Rae Dawn Chong, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael Della Femina, Guillaume Depardieu, Laura Dern, Robert Downey Jr., Allison Eastwood, Emilio Estevez, Bridget Fonda, Jane Fonda, Peter Fonda, Balthazar Getty, Cuba Gooding Jr.,
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Review/Theater; Using a Sense of Humor, Even on Large Issues
NYTimes - over 24 years
As a playwright, Keith Reddin is fearless about undertaking challenging subjects -- hot and cold wars, big-business corruption -- always treating them in a comic fashion. Even when his plays spin off on a tangent, he retains his idiosyncratic sense of humor, a humor that is also very much in evidence when he puts on his other creative hat as an
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